Saturday, 6 December 2014

Nisargadatta Maharaj lived here

Vanmali Bhavan, 10th Lane, Khetwadi, Mumbai, India.

This was where Maharaj lived. The room where the discourses were given was a loft above the family living area. A small room around 10'x20'. One must climb a narrow and steep staircase to get to it. Today some of his relatives live here. The popular landmark for the building is a public toilet opposite to it. You may also refer to the pictures below. Maharaj lived as an ordinary man, and only a very few people in the neighborhood know that such a great sage lived here.

Photographs taken during August 2016


Gopi Kanna said...

I am in Cehnai..Wanting to go to maharaj's house in Mumbai. How is it maintained now?

Manmohan Sethumadhavan said...

Not sure who lives there. You may contact here and inquire


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About Nisargadatta Maharaj

Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj was an Indian spiritual teacher and philosopher of Advaita (Nondualism), and a Guru, belonging to the Navnath Sampradaya. Sri Nisargadatta, with his direct and minimalistic explanation of non-dualism, is considered the most famous teacher of Advaita since Ramana Maharshi. In 1973, the publication of his most famous and widely-translated book, "I AM THAT", an English translation of his talks in Marathi by Maurice Frydman, brought him worldwide recognition and followers.

According to Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj, the purpose of spirituality is simply to know who you are. His discussions are not for academic scholars. He is a rebellious spirit, abrupt in his style of discussion, provocative, and immensely profound, cutting to the core and wasting little effort on inessentials. He talked about the 'direct way' of knowing the Final Reality, in which one becomes aware of one's original nature through mental discrimination, breaking the mind's false identification with the ego, knowing that "You are already That".

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